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the spin stops here because we're always looking out for you. >> sean: the administration would like to you believe the president is flexing his muscles we all know it's just a show. joining me now to react, always shy, ann coulter, how are you? >> fine, thank you. good to see you. >> 42% approval rating. 74% of americans think the american people are too dependent on government. what does that say? >> the american people are schizophrenic on this, they always say zboft too big. then you talk about what you're going to cut. no. no. don't cut that. one exception is obama care. and that is why stopping amnesty is important that remains the most important issue if amnesty goes through obama care will not be overturned. hispanics support obama care so please do not take your eye off the ball because obama care already passed in the senate they're trying to flip it through by not talking about it. politicians know as soon as we talk about it people will write and call and tell us we don't want obama care. as long as they don't say anything, we can slip it through the dark of night and republican
in scandal, we have more than 100,000 -- sean, there are more than 100,000 additional federal workers on the federal payroll since president obama took office. has anybody seen a difference does suddenly transportation work better because we were just short on personnel? >> what he said, what he campaigned on, the reason he's losing independents and liberals is because what he said and what he did are two different things from the nsa scandals going through, you name t it's really getting to those people that are independents an liberals. >> congressman schock. >> i'm thinking if he has relatives struggling, we point out to our daughters, you have cousins struggling. what a cheap skate. he can't help out his own cousins struggling and spread the wealth around because it's his patriotic duty. >> not only are they not generous. when they are, they're generous with other people's money. they're not good at being generous. i share the president's vision. i want to help people that are struggling. that want to better themselves that are looking for work, that are out of work, that are unem
pled the fifth. >> well, sean, one of the important things is that the more we see lois lerner as at the center of a number of points, the people below her in cincinnati and washington were sending information to her and she was saying stop, don't do anything. she's part of the discussion with the political-appointed office of the chief consul, and as you say, she took the fifth when we simply wanted to ask her what she knew and when she knew it. and when you see that she circumvented the official mail in private -- i hate to call it private, but in using non-government e-mail accounts for government-type business or communications with other individuals and agencies such as the fec or the s.e.c., it raises concerns about what she was really up to. >> first of all, would this be illegal what she's done? do you think she's been obstructing justice? if in fact she was using a personal account? is that legal? >> it's an odd law. the federal records act requires that all this information be gathered. but there's no explicit penalty. it's not a crime you can go to jail for for simpl
. sean, i'm representing one of the groups. they say they need an exception of time, why, because of criminal investigations of irs officials. that's pretty clear although we haven't been contacted by anybody with the fbi but they're saying there's an investigation. number three, the lois lerner e-mail back and forth to the fec lawyer was going on when there was not even an fec investigation. that has to be authorized. you know what the answer is? no wonder she took the fifth amendment. >> before we get to that, jay, i want to ask you one more question. explain, though, the law as it relates to the collusion between the fec and the irs. explain it. >> there are particular provisions of the internal revenue code. remember, sean, i came out of the irs chief counsel's office when i came out of law school. a government agency like the irs cannot share taxpayer information including ongoing investigations, audit information, with the fec as an entity. that's not legal. number two, by the way, to steves point, they cannot share taxpayer information that it has with a private citizen eit
. today, what is your reaction, sir? >> sean hannity, in the good old days when men were men, gay meant you were happy and aids was an anti-depressant, we had hollywood stars like john wayne and others you could look up to, we had the roman catholic church. look at the scandal there. in fact, lance armstrong, who i thought was one of the greatest stories in american sporting history, has been found dirty and now is getting sued all over the place. i believe, sean, and i think you would agree with me, that role models are those individuals you have dinner with. it's moms and dads and brothers and sisters and poppies and nanas and aunts and uncles and you can't look at anyone for a role model except for in your own family. >> i was a new york mets fan growing up. i wanted to be tom seaver. help me out. you're friends with pete rose. >> there is no better man, he's a man's man and a woman's man. pete rose, johnny bench and others, frank robinson went to pete for years and said, come clean, it's all going to be okay. pete couldn't confront the truth, and a-rod, i don't think, is confronting
and sean, and that's a very big if, is that really what liberals want id to be? which is the beginning of the end of right-wing radio. did you hear, hillary clinton has won the 2016 democratic nomination for president. i'm kidding, of course. but nbc's dramatic mini series about her life in the white house and after is coming to a tv near you, just in time for the next race to the white house. we'll look into whether tv is jumping the gun and prematurely anointing the next front runner. >>> and if you thought putting the news together seemed like a boring endeavor, you have not seen "the newsroom." in its second season it has its fans and its detractors and we'll ask does this look anything like your newsroom? and speaking of news rooms, does your have a nap room, or a meditation room or a keggerator. some actually do action and we'll take you there. i'm patrick gavin, and this is "reliable sources." >>> cumulus media is a giant in the radio industry and it has carried rush limbaugh's and shawn hannity's talk show for years. so when politico reported the network was considering droppin
limbaugh and sean hannity as the hosts, i actually think what they're doing is creating more opportunity for them to highlight some of the more fringe positions of the party which is not really what they ought to be doing. >> i thought that the autopsy made a lot of sense and one of the things, i'm paraphrasing, one of the things in the autopsy said we need to get out of the echo chamber. i remember, and i've said this before, that on wednesday morning after the election there were folks that were just mystified by how obama had won because they were solely dependent on drudge, talk radio and fox news. it seems like in contrast to the autopsy finding from the rnc, they're going right back into that direction. >> that's the answer. let's get rush and sean hannity to moderate debates. in all honesty, i kind of want that to happen. i think for many republicans out there that want the party to change, to move forward in a different direction, it has to hit rock bottom first. and maybe having sean hannity and rush limbaugh host a debate, we would actually hit rock bottom and we would be able
, information officer sean smith and two former navy s.e.a.l.s. that search for answers could not be any more relevant than tonight, as u.s. embassies and consulates around the world are closed or on high alert. prevents another attack means getting to the truth of what happened there. we go back to benghazi of where it all began to investigate why all the attacks happened. plus, john king gets to the bottom of the talking points and the evolving story coming out of washington in the days and weeks after the attacks. to presidential politics lead to a coverup? and what did the families of the four lost americans want most? you'll hear from them directly. but first, we go back to the hours before the attack. september 11. in america, a day of solemn remembrance. in 2012, a day of violence in the middle east. demonstrators storm the u.s. embassy in cairo, angry over a low-rent film made in the u.s. that mocks the prophet muhammad. in neighboring libya, ambassador christopher stevens is in benghazi, a city known for upheaval. stevens knew benghazi well. during the civil war that ousted moammar g
stops right here. we are definitely looking out for you. >> sean: do you believe america is in a post-constitutional period and that there is this was anticipated by our framers in 1787 and there is a mechanism created that would allow amendments to begin in the states? i'm not explaining it as well as you. >> i think we need to stop fooling ourselves i've read other books, you look at the government today it's not a representative repub lichblgt you've got a massive bureaucracy pushing out thousands of laws. you look at the supreme court jun one justice issues these breath taking laws that have affect on the entirety of vote soet. you have the president of the united states brazenly rewriting laws and saying if congress doesn't act, he will act. then have you congress writing massive laws under the cover of dark issuing them quickly on matters they don't have right to legislate about and conferring enormous authority delegating lawmaker authorities to executive branch. it's not really a federal republic. and for 100 years progressive movement have been chiseling away at
into sean hannity's slot at 9:00. without telling us where sean hannity would go or what happens to the rest of the line-up, you guys have been following fox news more closely than anybody else. what's this all about? do you think this is going to happen? >> well, look, it seems likely, right. i mean fox has announced some time ago megan kelly would be moving into a prime time show. the question has always been -- where? that prime timelineup has been locked down for a decade now so drudge -- if drudge's reporting is to be believed, it will be that 9:00 slot which raises the question where does sean hannity go? does he move to 10:00? where does greta move next? megan kelly is somebody that we've kept a close eye on over the years. she's been out there in front of the some of the largest right wing scandalmongering that we've seen, typical of fox news. she's also done some very good reporting, particularly on issues of women's rights, you know, fair pay type issues. so its agoing to be interesting to watch how she reacts to moving from what fox claims is the newshours during the day to what t
well for the base. >> but it also limits debates. and by putting them on with rush limbaugh and sean hannity as the hosts, i actually think what they're doing is creating more opportunity for them to highlight some of the more fringe positions of the party which is not really what they ought to be doing. >> i thought that the autopsy made a lot of sense and one of the things, i'm paraphrasing, one of the things in the autopsy said we need to get out of the echo chamber. i remember, and i've said this before, that on wednesday morning after the election there were folks that were just mystified by how obama had won because they were solely dependent on drudge, talk radio and fox news. it seems like in contrast to the autopsy finding from the rnc, they're going right back into that direction. >> that's the answer. let's get rush and sawn hannity to moderate debates. in all honesty, i kind of want that to happen. i think for many republicans out there that want the party to change, to move forward in a different direction, it has to hit rock bottom first. and maybe having sean hannity a
an opportunity to host their primary debates. opportunityfer the to folks like sean hannity and rush limbaugh -- and instead offered the opportunity to folks like sean hannity and rush limbaugh. are opportunities to better expand it. inublicans seem mired internal civil war. next year is not your friend both in the house level thanks to redistricting. a lot of these republican districts have become fortresses. on the system level there have been a lot of -- on a senate level there have been a lot of retirements. as you look at that going do you look at your odds and what you're going to have to do to overcome that? i know folks are saying the maps are not our friend. they are the same folks that said that in 2011 that thought the democrats would lose the senate. we picked up a seat. we won the white house again and added eight seats in the house. opportunities we have in 2014. it is normally a tough cycle for a second term resident -- president. because the republicans have embraced extremism and voted 40 repealo appeal -- obamacare and doing everything they can to make sure it is not success
presidential candidates debate in the next cycle moderated by rush limbaugh. or maybe sean hannity. or somebody else from talk radio. today at the national republican party's annual summer meeting, the party chairman got a sustained standing ovation when he declared, we are done putting up with this nonsense! he got a standing ovation and then a unanimous vote by the rnc to ban cnn and nbc from carrying any republican presidential candidates debates in the next election cycle. ostensible reason is because cnn is planning to do a documentary on hillary clinton's career and nbc entertainment is planning on doing a mini series about hillary clinton's life, which "the new york times" says was to have been produced, actually sort of written and shot and everything, by fox television. so fox would produce it, fox would make the thing, but interestingly, that doesn't bother the republican party. the chairman says they only want to boycott cnn and nbc, because -- because it doesn't have anything to do with hillary clinton. you've got to get rid of mainstream news organizations having anything to do wit
-american kids. guess what, jesse jackson, not heard from. sean hannity focused on it. there has been quite a few of those times, oddly mainstream media aren't interested in. >> two different interviews we've come so far. i think that she was fair and balanced about it. [ laughter ] >> kelly: stating that we've come so far. we should be able to discuss race without visiting the wounds 69 past but we should learn from the past where there is reconciliation and healing and hopefully transformation where we can get past this thing and be one america for all. am i being too optimistic. >> that is what martin luther king said. >> kelly: new target for late night jokes. how mu protein does your dog food have? 18 percent? 20? new purina one true instinct has 30. active dogs crave nutrient-dense food. so we made purina one true instinct. learmore at purinaone.com bjorn earns unlimited rewas for his small business take theseags to room 12 please. [ garth ] bjors small busiss earns double miles on every purchase every day. produce delivery. [ bjorn ] just put it on my spark card. [ garth why settle for les
republican primary debate. [ applause ] [ cheers and applause ] >> sean spicer joins us, communications director for the republican national committee. sean, thanks for taking a few moments. i wonder if the republican party is being my oppic here. there are a lot of independent voters who consistently watch those two television networks and by foreclosing republican debates on them, aren't you eliminating those as viewers and that's what you want to do, isn't it, you want to not limit your base but expand your base. >> absolutely, greg. at the same time we don't want to commit political malpractice and say networks that tip the scales in elections should be rewa rewarded by being actively involved who we choose as our party's nominee. this was the first step reclaiming the debate process, deciding who the moderators and networks and number of debates will be. we will let the networks know if they want to be actively engaged in helping one particular candidate on the other side we will not utilize them. there are various other way, conservative talk radio, internet, bloomberg, you can go
and was beaten within an inch of his life by three kids and jesse jackson and sean hannity was only the one focusing. there have been a few of those crimes that oddly media isn't interested. >> two of the interviews she said we've come so far. i think she was fair and balanced about it. [ laughter ] >> kelly: and stating that we have come so far we should be able to discuss race without always revisiting the wounds of the past even though we should learn from the past where there is a reconciliation and healing and hopefully transformation where we can past this thing. i'm i being too optimistic. >> that is what martin luther king said. >> kelly: all right, next on news watch the new targets of late night jokes. ♪ (tires screeching) red hot deal days are back. (alarm beeping) stop foro one. what? it's red hot deal days. get $100 off the samsung galaxy note ii with features like pop-up play. lets you use any app while watching video. or use the s pen for hand-written notes. just $199.99. hurry in, sale ends august 11th. getting the best back to school deals. that's powerful. verizon. i'm b
was done in the run-up to benghazi. martha: you know, tell that to the mother of sean smith. tell that to the family members tyrone woods and glen doherty and chris stevens who still no doubt want answers to what happened. it raises questions about politics as well, byron. there is no doubt in my mind when we get into the heat of the political season, republicans and folks on the other side of the aisle from hillary clinton will pull the sound bite of her at that the hearing what difference does it make why it happened at this point, what difference does it make? it almost feel as though the link of evidence there, john kerry says i came into office. i performed my own exhaustive review what happened. these people did nothing wrong. done, over, tie a bow on it, this thing is finished. >> republicans will want to ask secretary kerry, what did you find out in your review that this high level administrative review board missed in their review? does that tell us we don't have the whole story? remember one thing, kind of sounds like a broken record, we still have not heard publicly, co
's going on at the rnc, the meeting up there, a source wrote me yesterday, i had sean spicer on, talking about how they're trying to include minority groups more. >> right. >> a source wrote me from d.c. saying just saw the segment with sean spicer had to laugh out loud. my perspective on gop autopsy and follow through on it's probably what you suspected is all talk, no action. while the republicans are talking about this autopsy and newt gingrich talking about hope and we need to have a more hopeful message it is good talk but where is the action? >> and by the way, people like sean spicer and other leaders in the party want them to move. the problem is, it's the politico, top politico story, eve of destruction. i think it's a little melodramatic, but how republicans all the things that you go talk to republican leaders that are in charge in washington, d.c., or that want to be in charge in 2016 off the record, robert gibbs, they are more depressed and they are more down today, it's -- it's -- mike allen and jim vandehei wrote this article -- than they were after barack obama's re-elect
as you know. >> thank you for that. >> listen to what he said to sean hannity. i mean, it would be unhealthy. it was unhealthy to have all that exposure for our candidates. yeah, it was because you had a bunch of crack pos running for president and they did wound themselves every time they got out there. there were enough debates for perry to forget which agencies he was going to abolish in the federal government. i can see from his perspective, you want to go to the friendly confines of knox news and having loving moderators like sean hannity and tell your story. the problem is that that did not work in 2012. in fact, living in the friendly confines of fox news made those republicans think they were going to win that they could beat barack obama. that he wasn't a popular president. >> let's go back to reality with this. as your point is made, there's a long tradition ofnous anchors moderating debates. i moderated the republican debate last election 2008. despite that history, priebus defended his threat to shut out nbc and cnn saying he wants to be in business with participatin
in this video obtained by abc. sean manning on fox news. >> i remember shooting as fast as he could possibly shoot. >> reporter: he fired more than 100 rounds from two pistols. hours later, the president made this promise to the victims. >> as commander in chief, there's no greater honor but also no greater responsibility for me than to make sure that the extraordinary men and women in uniform are properly cared for. >> reporter: nearly four years later, survivors feel cast aside and they still wonder how the u.s. government could label this workplace violence instead of combat related terrorism. that designation means the victims have lower priority access to medical care, and fewer financial benefits than those whose injuries are labeled combat related. army specialist logan burnet was shot three times during the attack. he spoke to kxas. >> the day that came out was the day the government looked at every single one of the victims of the fort hood shooting and spit in our faces. >> reporter: sergeant sean manning has lost tens of thousands of dollars in benefits. >> i was shot by a terrori
whether they agree or disagree. congressman watts? >> i totally agree, sean. you can't control what's going to happen at a town meeting. you go in thinking you're going to get all comers from a to z and you go in prepared for it. i think that's good. i think in the fourth district of oklahoma we converted a democrat district to a republican district simply because -- or town meetings played a big role. we did a lot of them answering questions back with the contract with america when it was not a very pleasant time when we got ridiculed and manipulated. but no i totally agree, i think you should face the voters. that's part of being an official. >> i get called names. i know it's hard to believe people say horrible things about me. you and i agreed a lot on issues over the years, although i find you coming more towards my way of thinking lately. you've always been willing to come on the show, battle it out. you never had any fear of this, did you? >> no. i think the importance of town hall meetings is that members of congress not only meet with the people but they tell people where t
or their families. the mother of sean smith shares her thoughts on the latest developments. join us at prectluna.com hey, travis... get some friends, loser! you all right, man? ♪ lean on me, thanks. ♪ when you're not strong... ♪ lou: while president obama refers to ben gauzy as a phony scandal family members of the four americans killeds last september 11th on the terrorist attack continue to agonize over their losses still waiting for answers from this administration like the rest of us. my next guest is one of those family members joining us tonight is the mother of state department of information officer john smith. he was 34 when he lost his life last year on september 11th pat, good a view to be here. if we may ask him again of the held the state department, the latest part bond dash development are they helping you or embracing you or other family members of those americans and killed laster september 11th? >> i don't know about any of the others. i have not been in touch with them them but the state department has the gall andt in touch with me at all even though they promised they
or their families. the mother of sean smith shares her thoughts on the shares her thoughts on the latest developments.op when we made our commitment to the gulf, bp had two big goals: help the gulf recover and learn from what happened so we could be a better, safer energy company. i can tell you - safety is at the heart of everythinwe do. we've added cutting-edge technology, like a new deepwater well cap and a state-of-the-art monitoring center, whe experts watch over all drilling activity twenty-four-seven. and we're sharing what we've learned, so we can all produce energy more safely. our commitment has never been stronger. lou: while president obama refers to ben gauzy a a phony scanl family members of the four americans killeds last september 11th on the terrorist attack continue to agonize over their losses still waiting for answers from this administration like the rest of us. my next guest is one of those family members joining us tonight is the mother of state department of information officer john smith. he was 34 when he lost his life last year on september 11th pat, good a vie
the republicans are very afraid of answering that question and they know that a sean hannity will not ask that question. and that's what -- >> sean hannity, sean hannity would ask questions. i do think sean hannity would ask questions to figure out who's on his team in terms of being from the far right or whatever. >> okay. we have just set the new uprecord for cross talking segments. progressives across the country are setting their sights on one candidate in one election that is a month away and we're going to talk to him next. i'd be sitting there with my friends who had their verizon phones and i'd be sitting there like "mine's still loading!" i couldn't get email. i couldn't stream movies. i couldn't upload any of our music. that's when i decided to switch. now that i'm on verizon, everything moves fast. with verizon, i have that reliability. i'm completely happy with verizon. verizon's 4g lte is the most reliable and in more places than any other 4g network. period. that's powerful. verizon. get the nokia lumia 928 for free. it's delicious. so now we've turned her toffee into a busi
they will pick a winner and it will not be anthony wean person. >> use sean, yesterday former secretary of state clinton got political, she talked about the voter i.d. laws and the one the north carolina governor signed into law this week. how much do you think this is part of a plan for her to continue to have a political future in the 2016 race? >> i think she's keeping her name out there, easy for her to do because any time she speaks, she gets a crowd, she gets news media. it seems to me she's leaving the door open. not necessary yet for her to decide because she can raise money in a snap. she can get the attention and the endorsements in a minute. but it seems pretty clear to me she is making it possible for her to make a run, which i assume she's going to do. >> it's not like she walked outside and had a conversation with a friend. you fly to san francisco, you talk about voter i.d. laws. this is like opening the door a little bit. >> it's just like what bill clinton did before his run in 1992. she has another one coming up on national security. i think this is laying the groundwork for th
-- sean, the bill does have to start in the house, you're right. but the senate has the ability to amend it. and the senate democrats have the vote to amend it to send it back to say, okay, we now approve spending for obama care, we took back your exact provisions and we're sending it back to you. >> apparently sensing that he was getting nowhere with the procedural argument, karl rove summarized the politics this way. >> and who gets blamed? does anybody think that the republicans are going to escape being blamed for our troops not being paid, our prison guards not getting paid? our border patrol not being paid? let's not kid ourselves, we'll be blamed. >> joining me now, msnbc's krystal ball and ari melber. what do you think is on the other side of the play here, the republican leadership will get passed among this? >> it is going to have to be something like that. because the rand pauls of the world, the mike lees of the world, the ted cruzs of the world, they are too invested in their future of placating the tea party to totally back down on this. so they're going to have to do somet
to be transgender to use someone else's restroom. for hours each weekday we see rush limbaugh, sean hannity spew outrage, riling up their listeners with a frothy mix of indignation because that's what talk radio is inway, a shout fest. but the only opinion that really counts is the hosts. well, not among groans ups. on the brian lehrer show, the listeners are king. it's a daily show that prides itself on respect for its guests, it's audience and diverse opinions that they espouse. brian lehrer has been praised as a master interview, thank you for being here. >> john, you were the intern at my show. we've gone on for a 24 year run. i'm your guest, and you're going off the air the next day. that means you're good luck and i'm bad luck. >> john: i'm thrilled you could be here and i think you'll have that backwards. you'll still be go employed. i can't think of more different radio personalities than you and rush. how would you compare your style to his? >> it's funny that you bring this up, i don't know if we talked about this in 1989, but my show is actually created to some degree in response to t
for hillary. you talk to sean smith's mother, she says watch out. here she is, pat smith. watch out for hillary. >> i still see pictures on that tv of bloody fingerprints on the wall thinking, are those my son's? people of the united states, hillary doesn't give a damn about you! what can i do? what can i do on this? i'm just at a loss for words. i want to know what happened, why my son is dead, who ordered that, and i don't want it to happen again to other people. >> anna: these are real people with real lives who lost their lives and their family members are still surviving, having to deal with the aftermath and going to bed at night not knowing what happened. terrible. >> steve: it is. it's now 7:11 in new york city. 7-11, good place to get a job. come to think of it, why get a job, because in 35 states, you can actually make more money if you're on welfare because in addition to state welfare, there are also something like 126 different programs where you can get money. take a look. 35 states where you can make more money on welfare than working. take a look. if you are lucky en
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tomorrow night at 9:00 p.m. eastern on c-span. >> secretary of state john kerry named sean casey hit his dear advisor on faith-based initiatives. dedicated on outreach to the global community. this is an outreach event for 30 minutes. [inaudible conversations] >> ladies and gentlemen, the secretary of state, john kerry, special advisor for faith-based initiatives and director of the white house office of security. >> thank you so much, everyone. thank you so much. i am really delighted to be here with you this morning. it is a great pleasure for me to take part in us. i'm convinced that this is one of the toughest challenges that we face in terms of global diplomacy and relationships around the world. we have had the challenges of many conflicts to the challenges of simply understanding people. we are talking about regions apart and things like global climate change, which is really a challenge. this includes the garden figures of gods creation. secretary of state and before that. i was a secretary before that. i had met with faith-based leaders all across the world. we met with many mem
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